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Tracking adjustment How do I adjust the tracking when playing back a video tape?

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Have you tried the following >
1)Get a head cleaner for the Vhs and run it
2) the next tim e you put in a casette it should adjust the tracking automatically you will see it on the screen as it is adjusting.

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

  • Walter Lomax Aug 21, 2013

    I have done this and still the same.

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How do i adjust the tracking using a remote


the TRACKING IN VIDEO VCR , you can adjust from your remote control, you must identify by reading your instruc, manual download for free. go to www.fitness.manualsonline.com or www.retrevo.com

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Jul 13, 2012 | GoVideo Go Video DVD/VCR Combo

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Adjust tracking go on go video vr3930


Tracking will only adjust on the VCR and may only be on the original remote.

Note that if there is tape debris or black residue on posts and guides or even video head drum tracking will not adjust--any debris will cause tape to move away from the drum resulting in a tracking like issue---tape cleaners rarely resolve this.

Jun 13, 2012 | GoVideo VR3845 DVD Recorder/VCR

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I HAVE A TOSHIBA VCR/DVD COMBINATION MACINE. THERE IS NO TRACKING BUTTON. iS THERE A WAY TO AUTOMATICALLY ADJUST THE TRACKING??


Usually VCRs do not offer specifically labelled tracking buttons as such, however they may incorporate tracking into their channel UP/DOWN buttons, both on the front of the main unit and/or remote. Some brands also offer V-LOCK (vertical lock or still image adjustment) (in pause mode during playback) to stabilise the image, reducing vertical jitter, which again can be adjusted as required using the same buttons as used for tracking. In most cases, pressing both CH UP and CH DOWN together while the tape is playing should centre track (revert back to auto tracking) the unit.

I am sure if your VCR has channel buttons on it, try pressing either one while a tape is playing. See if it affects the tracking at all. If it does, press both buttons together for 5 seconds or so, then release - auto/centre tracking takes over.

It costs nothing to try this, and it won't hurt your machine or your tapes.

Apr 20, 2011 | Toshiba W522 VHS VCR

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Can't play a tape back. Shows ''Trac'' as problem but no idea how to fix it


"Trac" means tracking. If adjusting the tracking controls doesn't solve the problem, you might need to clean the tape heads with Servisol Video 40. Clean the smaller heads first, then the drum and head.
You can get Servisol from most electronics shops.

Jan 08, 2010 | Hitachi Televison & Video

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The tape only plays back in black and white.


normally this would be a tracking error, if you can manually adjust the tracking, this should fix the prob...if there is no way to manually adj the tracking, use a video head cleaner to see if cleaning the heads will help the auto track to function better.

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Feb 09, 2009 | Toshiba M752 VCR

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Sony CCD-FX310 Camcorder how to adjust tracking


Sony camcorders has no tracking control for user.
I think video head is dirty / clogged. Put good quality video head cleaning tape in camcorder and check.
Its almost 15 years old camcorder.

Jan 30, 2009 | Canon ES75 Camcorder

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Memorex MVD4544


Low FM from the video heads is a common cause of this lack of tracking.

Jul 13, 2017 | Memorex MVD4543A

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Tracking seems off


I have had the same problem. There is no way to manually adjust the tracking on this Hitachi, or on most 8mm cameras, for that matter. I copied all of my more recent tapes to DVD first (2 copies of each) and then I went to the oldest tapes, which for some reason were OK. When I got to one tape that gave me trouble, I just let it play in the camcorder for about an hour. It adjusted its own tracking so that the picture was OK. Then, I rewound the tape and copied that one. I still have 2 tapes that will not adjust. I am going to send those out to a copying service. I hope they can adjust the tracking and make the copies I need.
By the way, I used this camera and a Panasonic DMR-E55 to make the DVD copies.

Jun 04, 2008 | Hitachi VME545 Camcorder

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Sound


It's not tracking -- it's dirty heads -- you can purchase an 8mm head cleaning cassette and use it to cure these problems. Tapes recorded with the dirty heads may still have issues afterwards.

Nov 17, 2007 | Hitachi VME535LA 8mm Analog Camcorder

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Old Betamax Sony SL2300 Possible Tracking problems


A common problem with this model and others is the tracking pot itself fails. Wiper in pot breaks loose. Test if the tracking control has any effect?? If not, pot is bad.

Other causes are dirty heads and tape path but, the tracking control should always have some effect on PB pic. Bad video head, tape guides loose( tape not tracking on video head correctly), guide pin problem on loading ring, slack brake problem, etc.

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